When we smile a little towards others, it not only makes us feel great because it’s hard to be upset and miserable with a face expressing happiness, but it always makes the recipient feel acknowledged and warm inside. The more we do this, the more we help others, and in turn help ourselves. So make it your mission to smile more at others, smile at least 3 times a week and increase it to at least once a day. A smile a day, keeps the doctor at bay!
Whether you are looking to start a blog for business, health or happiness, Sandra Bellamy can train you to fulfil all your blogging needs.
Sandra is an active blogger. She blogs for business, health and happiness, and so practices what she teaches on a regular basis.
She writes the majority of the content for her blogs, herself, with the exception of guest posts, and reblogs of other blogger’s quality content that is relevant to her community.
Blog For Health
Sandra Bellamy is a Peer Trainer for the Recovery learning Community, that is part of the NHS. She teaches Blogging as an aid to recovery – How to start a WordPress.com blog, for with mental health difficulties, their friends and family who support them. Sandra has previous lived experience of mental health difficulties, including depression that she has been free from for her third year and anxiety. Blogging helped aid her recovery through writing posts, connecting with like-minded people and using it to increase her confidence and self-esteem. It can do the same for you. She is patient, kind and understanding. She aims to build on student’s strengths and empower them to believe in their own abilities. The courses are free to attend on a first come, first served basis via the Recovery Learning Community, or there is a paid option for Sandra to teach you personally outside of RLC.
Blog For Business
If you don’t have a blog for your business, you are missing out on a huge opportunity to gain more clients and customers and build a ready made audience for your products and services. Sandra can teach your staff how to blog from scratch. She understands marketing and social media strategies for how to get your blog up the search engine rankings, and how to incorporate SEO into every page of your blog.
Blog For Happiness
If you have always wanted to have a go at blogging, just for fun, and see where is takes you, Sandra can teach you how to start a WordPress.com blog with no prior knowledge. Sandra can share with you; ideas on how to build a community of online friends; how to participate in blog awarding and blog hops; and how to share your posts on social media sites such as Twitter, Google+, or Facebook, so all your friends can see your posts. So whether you want to start a photography, travel, writing blog, or other, the possibilities are endless.
Sandra prides herself on being able to teach anyone, how to start a WordPress blog from scratch. So whether you are looking to blog for business, health, happiness or for some other reason, get in touch for an initial free 20 minute consultation on 01392 434202.
For any personal training, you are required to supply your own PC or Mac. Alternatively, if you attend one of her workshops for in Exeter, you will have use of a PC as part of an IT suite. If you would prefer to bring your own PC or Mac to the workshop, please let Sandra know at the time of booking. There will be no reduction in price for doing so. Places are limited to 8, so get in touch now on 01392 434202 to find out more, to book a place on her next workshop, or go on a waiting list for a future workshop.
Sandra offers personal one-to-one training in the Exeter area, with prices starting from just £30 per hour. There is an additional cost for other areas in the UK, and prices vary depending on your geographical area. Sandra offers bespoke solutions for both personal and business clients, depending on your blogging needs, so phone her now on 01392 434202 for a free quote.
Sandra Bellamy is Blog Trainer UK
Why should you choose to train Sandra Bellamy to be your blog trainer?
4 Years blogging experience
A portfolio of 4 different blogs
She teaches Blogging as an aid to recovery – How to start a WordPress.com blog for the Recovery Learning Community that is part of the NHS
She is a qualified Teacher/Trainer – PTTLS Level 4
Has completed a Train the Trainer course
7 Years Management experience – Training staff was part of her role
Diploma in Advice and Guidance – IAG Level 4
HND in Administration/Personal Assistant – Level 4
For more information visit www.blogtrainer.co.uk
Success comes in all forms, shapes and sizes.
In order to be successful, you have to first work out:
- What success means to you?
- What success will do for you?
- What you envisage success to look like?
Only when you are able to answer these 3 questions, will you be able to map out your own path to success.
To you, success could mean:
- Owning your own home
- Being able to put food on the table
- Running your own business
- Writing your life story
- Having a family of your own
- Having a good network of friends for support
- Working in your dream job
- Fulfilling your ambitions
- Getting up in the morning pain-free
- Being able to create things
Or it could be a combination of all, or some, of the above.
Whilst you are redundant, it is a great time to discover what success means to you, because if you don’t, you will never feel satisfied but feel like there is something missing from your life or that you are a failure.
Knowing what success means to you, is the first step on your path to achieving it.
Don’t waste any more time feeling like a failure but instead put your time and energy into writing a list of what success means to you and then prioritise them in the order of most importance and set goals to achieve each and every one of them. As you do this, you will be growing into your own success and moving along the path to lead a more fulfilling existence and a happier you.
So what are you waiting for?
Until next time, stay positive.
- How to keep winning – The road to success (beatredundancyblues.wordpress.com)
- The Top 10 Must Know Traits of Successful Entrepreneurs (rasmussen.edu)